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Project Health: Helping people on their path to better health

October 24, 2017 | Community

Blood pressure screening at a Project Health event
Blood pressure is one of the four biometric screenings offered at the free Project Health events.
Kyle Kuzma of the L.A. Lakers at a Project Health event
L.A. Lakers rookie Kyle Kuzma helped kick off Project Health events in Los Angeles and got his BMI tested at one of the stations.
Resident of Jackson Heights, NY at a Project Health event
A Jackson Heights, NY resident waits to meet with a pharmacist and nurse practitioner to discuss the results of his biometric screenings.
Former N.Y. Giants player Amani Toomer, at a Project Health event
Former N.Y. Giants receiver Amani Toomer and the Honorable Speaker of the New York Assembly Carl Heastie pose with the CVS Pharmacy field team at a Project Health event in Jackson Heights.
Speaker of the New York Assembly Carl Heastie at a Project Health Event
Carl Heastie, Speaker of the New York Assembly, takes part in a free Project Health screening event in Jackson Heights, NY.

CVS Pharmacy announced in September the launch of Project Health, CVS Health’s 12th annual free health screening campaign. Happening now through December 17, 450 Project Health wellness events will deliver more than $5 million worth of free health services in select CVS Pharmacy locations across 10 multicultural communities with a large number of uninsured or underinsured Americans.

"Project Health is part of CVS Health's commitment to improve access to health care and ensure that cost isn't a barrier to important preventive services," said Troyen A. Brennan, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of CVS Health. "Our free health screenings can help identify health concerns or risk factors for participants who may not have access to care otherwise."

Project Health events will be held from 2 PM to 6 PM on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at select CVS Pharmacy locations. For a full calendar of Project Health events, visit (in Spanish: